Property litigation specialist Greg advises on a wide range of commercial, residential and agricultural disputes.

Together with his general commercial property litigation work such as 1954 Act lease renewals, forfeiture and dilapidations, Greg is an expert in the casual dining industry and works with large national restaurant chains and landlords in the sector. His advice also includes property development issues such as conditional contracts, rights to light, and retention of deposits.

In relation to residential property, Greg assists with landlord and tenant issues, high-value land disputes, and residential possessions including high-value mortgage possession claims.

In relation to agricultural disputes, Greg has a focus on rural land disputes and agricultural tenancies (residential tenancies, farm business tenancies and licences) including possession proceedings. His rural land disputes work includes rights of way, prescriptive rights, nuisance, adverse possession and development issues.

Greg uses alternative dispute resolution wherever possible to resolve cases and has extensive mediation experience.

Greg is a qualified solicitor-advocate with Higher Rights of Audience (civil), with rights of audience in the High Court, Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court.